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Why Is Antidepressant Withdrawal a Hot Button Issue?

The recent New York Times article addressing difficulties with withdrawal from antidepressant medication drew an impressive over 1,000 comments in its first 48 hours following publication. Clearly author Benedict Carey has touched a nerve. People appear outraged, some calling the piece “dangerous” and “irresponsible.” Many share … Continue reading

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36 Questions to Bring You Closer Together

These questions only take about 45 minutes to discuss—and they almost always make two people feel better about each other and want to see each other again, according to social psychology researcher Arthur Aron of the Interpersonal Relationships Lab at … Continue reading

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5 Things You Need to Know About Resilience

When it comes to resilience, the playing field isn’t level: One person fails at a venture and goes down for the count, while another immediately starts planning a comeback. A divorce proves to be impossible for one person to recover … Continue reading

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5 Things You Need to Know About Resilience

When it comes to resilience, the playing field isn’t level: One person fails at a venture and goes down for the count, while another immediately starts planning a comeback. A divorce proves to be impossible for one person to recover … Continue reading

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5 Things You Need to Know About Resilience

When it comes to resilience, the playing field isn’t level: One person fails at a venture and goes down for the count, while another immediately starts planning a comeback. A divorce proves to be impossible for one person to recover … Continue reading

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